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Derek Jarman’s sister Gaye and biographer also pay tribute to the radical gay director’s life and oeuvre. This documentary covers both Jarman’s best known works such as Wittgenstein (1993), Caravaggio (1996) and The Last of England (1988) as well as more obscure films such as the all-Latin dialogue Sebastiane (1976), The Angelic Conversation (1985) and Jarman’s final elegy, Blue (1993), which features an unwavering blue screen throughout.
Mashing past and future, theater and painting, performance art and visual abstraction, Jarman's oeuvre is illuminated in documentarian Andy Kimpton-Nye's fond portrait of the artist.
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